The Movement for a Bicycle Friendly Canada

Join us on June 12th for a presentation and conversation with Velo Canada Bikes Executive Director Samuel Benoit. Samuel Benoit is the Executive Director for Vélo Canada Bikes where he is working to advance our national discourse around cycling. He’s passionate about active transportation, sustainability and education and has contributed to work in these areas…

Action Alert!

Make your voice heard (by 5PM Monday, April 22!) Visit our Action Alert page right now to get started, or read below for more context. The death of Natasha Fox on May 24, 2023 impacted many lives in Saskatoon. The trauma to the community inspired an outpouring of grief, a memorial ride that saw hundreds…

Do the WeBike Saskatoon cycling survey!

WeBike Saskatoon is a student group taking part in a research project at the University of Saskatchewan. The project aims to tackle the accessibility problems of cycling in Saskatoon through creating awareness at high schools and promoting the implementation of infrastructure projects. Their survey is quick to fill out and will help the students understand…

Saskatoon Cycles January 2024 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles January 2024 Newsletter

Jan. 27 – Slow Roll: “The Weather’s Brisk, But Delightful!” Remember to join us for the “The Weather’s Brisk, But Delightful” Slow Roll on Saturday, January 27, 2024, our first group ride of the New Year. If the forecasts are to be believed, our attempts at keeping winter around will be challenged by temperatures above…

Opinion: Cycling safety in Saskatoon is only controversial to a few

A retired Saskatoon man responds to a column on the conflict between cyclists and others in the city that has focused on bike lanes. Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Published Dec 27, 2023 Phil Tank’s “Deaths cast dark shadow on Saskatoon’s new bike lane battle” (SP, Dec. 12, 2023) is provocative. In framing bike lanes and speed limits…

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